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. the good news is the fbi has identified several suspects involved in the attack. the bad news is, libya has no one in custody and some of the people we identified may have even fled benghazi according to the "new york times." so much for the key players. as for the fringe players, an egyptian militant has been arrested in cairo with possible ties to the attack, but he hasn't been questioned by the u.s. and a tunisian man was arrested in october but he isn't considered a main suspect at this point, either. without a clear lead and without a whole lot of cooperation from the libyan government either, the fbi has now resorted to asking for tips on facebook and twitter. facebook and twitter in a quadruple murder case. "outfront" tonight, senator johnny isaacson. senator, thanks for being with us. it is never easy doing an investigation of this ilk on someone else's sovereign turf, but does this stand out? >> it does to me. your point is well taken. if they're looking to twitter and facebook three months later, they should have been on the ground within hours after the attack looking for hard ev
... osama bin laden was under indictment as a result of an fbi investigation. yet we took him out with military means. that option is still available to -- to -- in case, as necessary. >> two things, one, in the new york times, reporting that libyan government was not particularly helpful in this -- you know, we had this issue about sovereignty, who gets to investigate and how much can we invade their sovereignty. the second thing, while the fbi has been the right people to investigate it. it happened on 9/11. they didn't get there until early october, which is grossly late. once there, they department pick up all the documents. found documents the fbi didn't and they claimed they couldn't speak to the tunesian man in custody and didn't ask the president to call and ask tunisia to let the fbi to talk to him. it took a south carolina senator, lindsay graham to do that. the fbi may be doing a lot behind the scenes, but publicly, it is not that impressive. >> the delay of three weeks getting in there was because of the libyan government, dragging its feet -- >> that
vansant, former fbi profiler to help us talk more about this. and clint, as we're learning about this, i know we talked when we were watching the breaking news details unfold out of aurora. this is hauntingly similar, to hear about somebody that may have been wearing camouflage. people are reporting may have been in body armor, walking into a crowded mall and starting to fire at random. >> i think that is part of the challenge with us, thomas, is that it's so similar. we know when you and i talked at that time too we had a similar weapon, an ar-15. at this time, the shooter had a 100-round magazine that jammed on him. there are early reports right now that an ar-15 with a full magazine, whether that means 10, 20 or if it's a banana clip 30 rounds, nonetheless was found laying in this mall. as you suggest, the individual is allegedly wearing camouflage clothing, body armor, and a mask described by some as a hockey mask, or something like in the movie "jason" that that individual would have been wearing at the time. we've also heard anywhere from 20 to 60 different rounds have been fired.
," you have a lot of fbi people, not cia, arguing that extreme interrogation doesn't work. that it makes people psychotic. that friendly interrogation, in fact, does a lot more to getting information. i don't think friendly interrogation, frankly, is quite as cinematic. >> did torture play an essential role in the hunt for bin laden? that's the question. dianne feinstein says unequivocally no. she spent three years looking at millions of pages of evidence. earlier she wrote, cia did not first learn about the existence of osama bin laden courier for detainees subjected to subjective interrogation techniques. instead, the cia learned of the existence of the courier, his true name and location, through means unrelated to the cia detention and interrogation program. that's after her statement, and one of the fbi interrogators who was successful in getting information from al qaeda detainees using noncoercive means has strongly criticized the cia's use of torture saying it didn't work. listen to what he says on "60 minutes" about what happened after a cia interrogator showed up to take over t
the area are assisting, the atf, the fbi, and also the local police agencies. we thank them for their assistance and we will rely on them for the future. the family members that were witnesses that we want to contact5036558211 if you saw something? we would like to hear from you. there is a lot of speculation going on on what happened what the circumstances were. and the act it shooter situation and the intense situation like this can get perceive to many different ways it tend to go saw the same incident and the rookie 10 different versions. wheat, as law investment officers are trying to make a piece of an idea of what actually occurred. not based on speculation. we have it tentatively identified the shooter at this time courthousthe is an adult male. e were not going to release the name and to 100% confirm the identity. the investigation will go on throughout the night with a command post. if you feel capable of coming back to the light rail platform to be interviewed and if you've not been interviewed yet? you can be interviewed there. if you do not feel up to it tonight
the entire story. >>> the fbi says it used facebook to help track down and bust a ring of international cyber criminals that infected 11 million computers, leading to $850 million in losses. >>> and speaking of facebook, the social network has landed in the top spot in an annual employees choice survey for the best place to work. workers praised facebook's fun culture and they also apparently give large responsibilities to folks relatively early in their careers. >>> well, just ahead, when it comes to christmas decorations, if you can't beat them, just give up. >>> plus, a custody battle brewing over this dapper little guy. we'll have details next. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. ♪ [ male announcer ] we began serving handcrafted coffees in seattle, and people seemed to like it. so we wondered -- where else could we take this? ♪ for over 40 years, we've brought our passion for fine coffee and espresso to people everywhere. but one place was impossible, until now. our lattes, espresso and brewed coffee, now in your home from a machine like no other. and now $50 off through january 1s
%. >>> and 2012 was on track for a record gun sales ahead of last year. the fbi has run 350,000 more of its instant background checks than in all of last year. abc news expects almost 2 million more gun checks just this month. >>> and call it easy bake backlash. a new jersey girl's campaign to make the toy more gender-neutral appears successful. 13-year-old mckenna pope says the easy bake oven should be made in colors other than pink and purple, to appeal to boys like her brother. some top male television chefs have posted a video in support. and the toy company is planning to meet with her. i don't know if i'm not remembering this correctly. but i swear mine was blue. >> really? >> yes. >> i'm sure you still have it. >> i could find out. >> check when you get home. >>> new york police revealed there is video from that point-blank murder that shook midtown manhattan. >>> and monkey business. an update on that adorable, little guy wandering around an ikea in his coat. the next chapter, not so cute. ♪ ♪ i woke up to a feeling ♪ every little thing has meaning ♪ ♪ i woke up to a light
. the fbi is assisting us, all of our local police agencies. we thank them for their assistance now and we will be relying on them in the near future, as well. the family members or witnesses who want to contact us call 503-655-8211. if you saw something or know something about this incident, firsthand, we want to hear from you. there's a lot of speculation going on about what happened, what the circumstances were, and the active shooter situations intense situations like this get perceived many ways. you get ten people who saw the same incident and they will give you ten versions of it. we, as law enforcement officers, our job is to collect all of the information and make it in to a cohesive idea of what actually occurred, not report based on the speculation. we have tentatively identified the shooter at this time. we will not release his name or any other information other than he's an adult male until we have 100% confirmed that identity. the investigation will go on throughout the night. we have a command post set up over there. if you are a witness and you feel capable of coming back
probably had the fbi on the property also because there's always that concern of potential terrorism. other agencies, bomb squads, possibly atf. >> 3:29 local time this afternoon is when the calls started to come in or when the shooting, we believe began, 6:27 local time. we talked to an affiliate who said she witnessed the shooter who she described as jogging through the macy's. she believed he may have entered through a back way at macy's and jogged past her with what seemed to be a semiautomatic rifle, ar-15, then opened fire. once he left macy's in the food court area where many stores enter into. a lot of people were, sadly, in a position to see and hear this nightmare unfold. we're starting to get more and more eyewitnesses here. i want to bring in christina fisher, she spoke with local affiliate koin. let's listen. >> i was walking on the lower level heading from the west end toward the east end of the mall under the food court. all of a sudden i heard something similar to a .22 poppinging probably eight times. and people dropping everywhere, people screaming. then people just turned
for information, and they need it from someone on the phone to help them. >> clint van zandt, former fbi profiler. thank you for joining me. we've been covering the breaking news that shots were fired at the clackamas town center mall near portland, oregon, earlier today. roughly about 3:30 in the afternoon pacific time. at this time we have confirmation that three people are dead, including the gunman. one person is wounded. witnesses say the gunman worked with a semiautomatic rifle. the rachel maddow show picks up after this. >>> good evening. i'm ezra klein. rachel maddow has the night off. we begin tonight with an update on the breaking news in the pacific northwest, the terrifying scene that unfolded earlier tonight at a shopping mall in portland, oregon. a gunman with what witnesses describe as a rifle opening fire on holiday shoppers. two people were killed. the shooter also killed, and one person has been seriously injured according to the sheriff's department. an eyewitness who had been browsing the watch counter inside macy's described the scene to our portland, oregon affiliate kgw tv.
, the fbi says two personal computers belonging to a former top military adviser have been hacked. the attack targeted mike mullen former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. officials say since these were personal computers no classified information was compromised but they say it fits a pattern of similar attacks on former high-ranking officials. >>> right now, a developing story from the civil war in syria. senior u.s. officials tell abc news, president bashar assad's forces have loaded nerve gas components into bombs at or near syrian airfields. it is assumed, the intent was to move the bombs onto aircraft. but there's no way to know if that happened for certain. the issue, of course, has the full attention of the obama administration. >> our concerns are that an increasingly desperate assad regime might turn to chemical weapons or might lose control of them to one of the many groups that are now operating within syria. >> syrian ground forces and rebels have been battling in and around syrian capital of damascus. it is now estimated that more than 40,000 people have been ki
. >> this is an age regressed photo of benjamin as he might have looked at various ages. >> and finally, the fbi was on the case. >> since then they have taken my fingerprints, both electronically and the old ink method several times and they cannot find my fingerprints in anywhere in any database. >> we have not been able to identify him. >> for all practical intents and purposes, i do not exist. >> he became the first u.s. citizen to be listed as missing, despite his whereabouts being known. and the fbi left it at that. >> everyone we talk to out there swear up and down that they were going to solve the case. they didn't. >> with no happy ending, the media gave up. >> all the national media, they want the big story when they introduce me to my relatives, but until that happens, they don't want -- they're not interested in doing an article about the search. you know. actually, when you think about it, it's pretty pathetic if no one is actually looking for someone that disappeared. isn't that anyone important enough in your past life that want to look for you? >> so benjamin was stranded. with n
centers around the country of the fbi. we know they understand the operating characteristics necessary to have a freight and passenger work together. we have had a 40 year partnership with them to read we are concerned about what the current contracts are, the current labor agreements out there. how would all of that be handled if the amtrak inner-city network were parceled out to other operators brest mark i am inferring from your question that you will be perhaps -- operators. i am inferring from your question that you would -- >> that is very good. >> that would be a major problem. not only for our current employees but retirees. the repast real retirement can years ago, the system is already upside-down 6 to 1. 6 retirees per 1 employee. if the work force were not part of the railroad retirement system, the system would perhaps not be enough to maintain the necessary payments to retirees. but under the law passed 10 years ago, there is an automatic increase in taxes on current employees up to 2.49% of the payroll and on the railroads to make sure there is enough money in there to p
is taking the lead. the fbi and atf assisted in this investigation and they are here going through, looking at everything that happened inside. they're looking at surveillance video trying to piece together exactly what happened. again the gunman turned gun on himself and killed himself after shooting three people inside the mall yesterday, megyn? megyn: dan, is there any discussion of why the casualty number, thankfully, was not higher if he managed to get off 17 shots? it sounds like he managed to shoot three people, right? two died, one critically injured? >> reporter: right. let me tell you what we've been hearing from some of the witnesses. it is pretty consistent that the guy shot a couple times, first couple rounds. there was a little bit of a pause. and then the rest of the 15 or 18 shots. so did he go in there looking for somebody and shooting them? we don't know. of course we're going to hear at the news conference hopefully very soon. but as far as you know what he did, he calmly walked we are told down the main stem of the mall after shooting those initial two victims and shooti
. >>> the fbi says a suspected seer yool killer has committed suicide while in custody. israel keys was charged with the murder of 18-year-old barista. before killing himself on sunday, police say he confessed to at least seven other mrds, to in vermont, four in washington state and one somewhere on the east coast. keys also told investigators that he buried supplies he planned to use in future crimes and agents found two stashes, one in eagle river, alaska, and one near lake falls reservoir in new york state. >>> dash cam video of police intuition in action. officers pulled over a car for an expired plate and hear something coming from the trunk. this is the moment they discover 22-year-old shawn bloomer. the gas station clerk had been kidnapped and stuffed in the trunk. this incident happened in august but this video is just now being released. two men and a woman who were in the car charged with robbery, kidnapping and endangerment. >>> a colorado mother holding her 2-year-old daughter is hit and pinned underneath a car. officers and good samaritans respond, listen to this, by lifting the ca
task force centers around the country of the fbi. we also know that they understand, as i was trying to get into perhaps a little more than i should have, the operating characteristics that are necessary to have freight and passenger work together your we've had, again, a 40 year partnership with them. and we are concerned about the current contracts or, the current labor agreements, the various crew change agreements that are out there, how would all that be handled if the amtrak intercity network were parceled out to other operators. and, finally, i'm entering from the questions that you believe that perhaps the other bidders would not be covered by railroad retirement. spent yes, i'm very concerned that you read my mind. that's very good. >> that would become in our opinion, a major problem. not only for current employees but for retirees. as you well know from when we -- the railroad retirement system is already upside down six to one to six retirees for one employee. amtrak is 10% of the current workforce. if that workforce were not part of her retirement system, the payments in
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